When did Nancy & Chris Divorce. Maybe he didnt wanna return in 93 cause she was there for those few shows
There were rumors that Nancy and Chris only renewed their deals once AW replaced Laura Malone as Blaine
Chris Rich was asked back for the 25th anniversary episodes in 1989 but declined. Not sure if he was asked back again for the Maggie story.
The talk at the time was that P&G refused to let her return for the final episode as they were still pissed that she got one over on them at GL.
You know what? I'm sorry, but I can't.
That kiss was EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW.
And perhaps this is my history and my memories of SJB Carly speaking, but no. HELL NO.
Now I will give credit where it's due because I love that the writers acknowledged Jake's and tackled the elephant in the room with this Jason/Carly scene. I don't even think in all the time that I've been an on and off viewer that Jason and Carly have gotten into this conversation with some honesty, sincerity, and intimacy. About their beginning. About their feelings. It made me miss SJB for sure. So +1.
That said...HOWEVER given the way Carly treated Robin, Liz, Sam, and anyone who looked at Jason funny to see her basically win after decades of sabotaging those relationships...yeah...*shakes head* no, bitca. And while I liked the scenes and who wrote them, my LOGICAL (not emotional which is clearly the above) mind is saying the writers are doing what a lot of people discussed here over the last few months. You cannot have Sonny just come back...with memory or without memory...and it just be Carly and Jason separate. They have to have feelings for each other so this is the right kind of messy. And that is what this scene was. A plot point. A well-written plot point, but a plot point all the same. Raising the stakes.
Still...I could vomit. And...I wanted Jason with Britt darn it!!! lol.
To both questions: I believe so, yes.
I believe both Alice and Steven had an unrealistic, idealization vision of each other, which was a major flaw in the relationship, and which resulted in all sorts of miscommunication and conflict. Alice's version of him existed a great deal in her head, which actually fit in with the show's theme of living in many different worlds, not just the actual, physical one. I adored the entire story and the characters, as flawed as they were, however. To this day, my stance is that the Alice/Steven/Rachel storyline represented daytime TV at its very best. That being said, I also appreciated the independent, stronger character of Pat Kendall, whom I saw as a grown-up version of Alice Matthews.
I swear that wedding lasted eight solid weeks, not just four. It went on forever.
Yes, Pat accepted a job out of town and left Llanview in 1983, even though the show had clearly been foreshadowing a romance between Pat and Michael Zaslow's David Renauldi. ABC lamely announced that they "had no story for the actress," which was BS, because the writers were already into a new one. There was more to her dismissal than we were told.
Well, she may have been expensive, but she was also hugely popular, and the writers used her continuously and prominantly. Perhaps the "new team" that ABC would later bring in, after JC was axed, wanted her gone. Anyway, it was a stupid mistake to write her off. The show had already lost rhe powerhouse, Judith Light. OLTL needed to hang on to its most popular other stars.
Yes, Karen Wolek revealed the truth during her breakdown on the witness stand in Viki's murder trial. Talbot tried to deny it, but it was clear he was lying. Pat went berserk and attacked him physically. That material on on youtube.